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TF Weekly List of Events in Florence

Thu 06 Nov 2014 1:00 AM





The top 5 events for the week of November 20-27, 2014.  Download the full list of events in Florence:




GUIDED TOUR/VISIT/ Crazy for Pazzi tour

November 26, 6.15–7.15pm, 15 min slots. Pazzi Chapel, Santa Croce, Florence


Who were the Pazzi family and why is their chapel special? When the bells toll 6pm and the church doors close, we’ll learn about the history of this architectural landmark and about the restoration scheduled for its loggia, for which Santa Croce is running a Kickstarter campaign.

15-minute slots at 6.15, 6.30, 6.45, 7 and 7.15pm, alternating English and Italian. The event is completely free, but space is limited. Sign up required at




November 21, 9.30pm. Flog Auditorium, via Michele Mercati 24b, Florence


Organised by Oxfam Italia, the closing event of the Balkan film festival takes place in Flog with an evening of Balkan musical fun. The main act, Divanhana, perform pieces which combine traditional Bosnian music with undertones of soul. The group come from Sarajevo and have performed worldwide. Alongside Divanhana, the Baro Drom Orkestar will also take to the stage, with a vast mix of styles, which they describe as ‘GipsyKlezmer&BalkanTarantelle’. Get your dancing shoes ready and head along for some Balkan beats.


MARKET CHARITY/ Christmas is coming!

November 21–23. Obihall, via Fabrizio De Andre, Florence


The Italian Red Cross are organising a three-day Christmas market in Florence. Not only is it a great opportunity to get ahead with your Christmas shopping, but the proceeds go towards this worthy cause. From decorations for the house and tree to wonderful gift ideas and an array of tasty Christmas treats, don’t miss out on this market to fill you with festive cheer. The money raised goes straight back to the Red Cross to help support them and their wonderful work in Florence. Under 14s go free, everyone else: 5 euro.


CINEMA/ Films galore!

November 21–27. Odeon Cinema, piazza Strozzi, Florence


It’s the turn of LGBTIQ cinema to stand in the spotlight with the Florence Queer Festival. In collaboration with the Robert F. Kennedy Center for Justice and Human Rights Europe, documentaries and other films focused on the issue of human rights are shown. Special guest Eytan Fox, director of the acclaimed Yossi and Jagger will be on hand when his most recent film, Cupcakes, is screened.



November 26–27, 10am-8pm. La Serra MK Textile Atelier, via Salvestrina 1, Florence


Pop Up Florence is back. This special occasion is aimed at designers, as well as at the public who are welcomed to discover them. International designers are showcased, this time round featuring designers from Florence and Milan. With hand-crafted jewellery, clothing, items for the house, bags and more, you’re sure to fall in love with many of the custom pieces on display in the greenhouse. Featured designers include Leoni Lavaliere, Saidiblu, Loroetu and La Serra MK Textile Atelier.



November 27, 7.30pm. The Food Studio, via dell’Ardiglione 39r, Florence


Give your Thanksgiving dinner an elegant Tuscan twist! Join TF and Florence Food Studio (via dell’Ardiglione 39/r) for an intimate Oltrarno evening. Look forward to a full menu of autumn harvest soup, roasted Indian turkey, sage cornbread stuffing with chestnuts and cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole, caramelized Brussels sprouts, biscuits and pumpkin cheesecake. Mouth watering yet? Email to officially book your spot—there are only 30 places available. Cost: 40 euro for TF subscribers; 45 for non-subscribers. Wine is included.


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